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Offline tresario

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Look up please Armagh or Newry..dependant on his mood.
« on: Thursday 21 September 17 06:12 BST (UK) »
Please can you help with another McGuinness match.

A seaman John McGuinness born in either Newry or Armagh any 1875 to 1947 Liverpool. I have lots of ships records and he seems to change dob and place of birth.
I think his parents are John mcguinness and Catherine Cavanagh?
I dont have any certificates.
He marries Georgina Plummer in 1900. One of their children Catherine 1917-2005 child is the DNA match.

I am looking for confirmation of date and place of birth and his parents please.

This will then draw together my North/South McGuInness conundrum.Plummers married Cusacks from Meath.
Appreciate the help Thank you.
Breen,keenan,Boylan
Caldwell,Thompson,Bell.
Bradshaw,Smith,Waldron

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Re: Look up please Armagh or Newry..dependant on his mood.
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 21 September 17 08:10 BST (UK) »
He marries Georgina Plummer in 1900.
Marriage was in Liverpool, England- English marriage certificate have same detail as Irish ones so should list father's name.

A seaman John McGuinness born in either Newry or Armagh any 1875 to 1947 Liverpool. I have lots of ships records and he seems to change dob and place of birth.
I think his parents are John mcguinness and Catherine Cavanagh?

You can search Irish births here to view birth certificate (free)-
https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/civil-search.jsp
Please do NOT ask for lookups by Personal Message.

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